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‘It’s A Boy!’ Social Media Explodes After Nick Cannon is Spotted Cradling Bre Tiesi’s Baby Bump at Gender Reveal

Outside of Steve Harvey, comedian Nick Cannon might be the busiest man in Hollywood. New photos circulating on various websites may suggest why he works so hard: he is a bona fide baby maker.

According to TMZ, over the weekend, the influencer was all smiles at a gender reveal party in Malibu, California, with Bre Tiesi, the former wife of former Cleveland Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel. 

The décor of the party was white with pastel pink and baby blue balloon accents. Tiesi wore a sleeveless white tube dress, simple hoop earrings, and one string necklace flatly on her neck. She also was rocking a baby bump, an accessory in one of the three pictures Cannon, dressed in white, gently cradled.

The flick of him posed with her belly was not the only giveaway that this might be a celebration for him also. Other pictures show the two of them holding hands as they walked up an entrance pathway, hugged up with others around them, and people cheering as if both of them were celebrants. 

Even more exciting than a possible couple alert, confetti popped over their head revealed that whoever is having a baby will be welcoming a new baby boy.

Cannon already has had seven children

His oldest children are twins with his former wife Mariah Carey, Moroccan Scott and Monroe Cannon. Roc and Roe, the kids’ nicknames, were born in April 2011.

His next pair of children are with Brittany Bell. Golden Cannon was born in February 2017 and is currently 4 years old. Golden is the big brother to Powerful Queen Cannon, a toddler who just celebrated her first birthday in December.

Last June, the “Mask Singer” host revealed three additional babies to the world. He shocked the world with another set of twins, Zillion Heir and Zion Mixolydian Cannon with Abby De La Rosa and with the birth of Zen S. Cannon days later with Alyssa Scott. Tragically, Zen died from brain cancer on Dec. 5, 2021.

Cannon shared Zen’s death on his self-entitled talk show days after his transition. Since then, he has publicly grieved the loss of his “angel,” even recently getting a tattoo of the child characterized as a cherub on his side. He told his audience the ink hurt badly, but the pain was worth it.

“I’m still all bandaged up, and it hurts right here right now. … It was a lot of pain, but it was so well worth it,” Cannon said on national television. “I enjoyed every moment of the experience to forever have my son right here as my rib, right here on my side, as my angel.” 

While the bereaved father seems to be moving on with his life, premiering shows and movies, just earlier this month, he took to social media to grieve his son. He posted a picture of him with five of his seven children in happier days. Both sets of twins were present, and so was a younger and healthier Zen.

The caption next to the image showed his deep pain and deep faith. 

“Still missing my little dude… His Spirit and brightness were soo strong #ZensLight.”

After quoting the Christian scripture 2 Corinthians 5:8, which reads, “To be absent from the body, is to be present with the Lord,” he speaks for his entire clan and says, “The whole family, We ALL miss you young King! Forever Our Angel!”

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